Ubuntu based Peppermint 9 Operating System Released and ready to download

Ubuntu based Peppermint 9 Operating System Released and ready to download

Peppermint team has realeased Peppermint 9. It is based on the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (long term support) code base.

New Peppermint 9 highlights are

  • lxrandr is replaced with xfce4-display-setttings for monitor settings.
  • The Menulibre menu editor is now installed by default.
  • Continuing the theme of improved menu and launchere management, there is now a right-click “Create new launcher here” desktop context menu item.
  • Nemo file manager now has a right-click “Send by email” context menu item. (You should have a native email client such as Thunderbird).
  • The Panel Reset function in the Peppermint Settings Panel no longer needs to log you out of your session to reset the panel
  • Xfce Panel Switch utility is now installed by default, so user can now backup/restore any custom panel configurations and switch between them.
  • System Notification Settings (in the settings panel) now has a “Do Not Disturb” function, or notifications can be enabled/disabled on a per application basis.
  • Peppermint 9 now has both usual Mintinstall software manager and Gnome Software. Start Gnome Software at :- Menu > System > Software
  • HTOP is installed by default.
  • The graphical screenshot utility pyshot is replaced with xfce4-screenshooter.
  • New Microsoft Office Online SSB’s .. Even though these are simply links to the free online ‘web app’ version of Office.
  • New Skye Web Client SSB. This is mainly for 32bit users like me.
  • The Kernel is now the 4.15 series (4.15.0-23 on the ISO)
  • The Nemo file manager is now verion 3.6.5
  • Peppermint 9 is now the 18.04 LTS code base, so has access to all the latest software.
  • It comes in both 32 bit and 64 bit version.

All information taken from Peppermint OS website.

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